The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00037
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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: June 10, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00037
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Administration =Leaders,. Urge !MAKE 1 PLANS-TO Awarded Honorary DegreesBy Changes In New Deal Plans Rather

; GUARD AGAINST i iI University of Florida
Roosevelt Make Stand, In

I ANY EPIDEMICKEY ,71 c ro Than In Constitution May Result

Retaining Party's Prestige I --- j : .


Would Not Have Chief Ex- II. _

ecutive Look Upon NRA 1 I 'Eats' Paris Before Courts'Justice Slogan I i r STERILIZED i ro,<.- eitl X l I CITY OFFICERS 1"1'1'.4'1 ,. I Recent Action Of High

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Decision As Defeat Of, I --- I a f MAKE RAID AT Holy Pigeons StarveIn Tribunal Brings About

lay Auveiated PressPARIS > I Every effort is to he expendedby 11 J Istanbul I Mosques

Whole New Deal Issue lawyer and, June magistrate 10.-French want the Key West Administration J 4 qyT :: Much Discussion Bear
II to avoid any kind of an epidemic i n.r Assorlalrri '
morning court sessions because of the present water, : ISTANBUL. June 10.- On
ing AdministrationBy
abolished because they interfere I Flocks
director pigeons which have
shortage J. GcVry Curtis -:
By HERBERT PLUMMER I I I with meal Ia. I I p
I inhabited
of operations, said this morn PARAPHERNALIAIS the courtyard of
.By Aenoriatrd lrrM I I They assert. the right to ing. Istanbul's mosques since the,15th

WASHINGTON, June .-Off,, eat luncheon in peace and s FOUND AT EACH OF ESTABLISHMENTS the BYRON PRICE
I''I Due to the present shortage of I century are among
quiet is democratic principle thief of Bur"... Tke As eiaie l
a principal sufferers here from <
tke record gossip says President i laid down ky the founder ester: all cisterns and wells should I ; PROPR1E,I the depression.Moslems **.. WaahiaBtmThe
be treated with a sterilizing solution "
Roosevelt' decision seek of the republic' and they DEAN A. J. "burning issue, which
to This solution can be l\ro-I FARRAIIi TORS ARRESTEDFour who consider them
restoration of NRA on a limited; ay the early court* sittings I I' crred at the Senitary Department j I holy birds, always have made: arose with sack flaming brilliance
I deprive them''of that right !office in the Administration,'where Honors it practice to scatter a kandful -
Are Conferred
I I at I from the mint of
I The morning session was of grain for the NRA alreadyappear
session of
basis during this eonrets instructions for its use will be officers of the West
resurrected six: months ago University CommencementScott Key I each time they went to .
I given. When obtaining the pray.'A.
to let
I burning
( was prompted in a 'large from 'the oblivion into whichit tion it will be necessary 'sold-I i, Police Department started outattnight prayers are said five times

measure by the insistence f"'administration j was' thrust'br>> the French department to I-now the. size and i i SGOTT D[. LOFTIN M. Loftin Jacksonville.'58th. on a round up of proprietors day the birds used to be I IT, in a fog
revolution ISO **o- It president of the American Bar'As gorged with' food.
depth or depth of the cistern so 1 of places suspected of "
leaders. I was resumed to help French sociation and second Floridian to., Bat now the Turks" likeeveryone When tit. supreme court struck
that the dosage ccn be
Receives Medal
j proper Tigert attain that distinguished honor and conducting gambling games in the
the justices catch up on tardy computed. I ,, Dr. Albert J. Farrab, dean of the establishments.Five else, are countni directly at vital tenet of to*
They strongly insisted that dockets in tome instancesfive Because of the shortage: the law school. University of Alabama, their piastres closely and no

worst possible thing the White I I year behind. Admniistration last Saturday!i received the honorary degree of places were visited, it was money it available to buy "new deal" and Mr. Rooseveltccepted

I In Paris alone some 18.000 I morning made arrangements with i I a Doctor of Civil Laws at the regular learned today from one of the of- grain. MJmp with starvatioi, I

House could do, both from aneconomic I criminal eases are awaiting the Board o! Public Instruction to I fcity term of Commencement Florida Monday of June the Umver-10. ficers and in each place there the birds are leaving the mos the decision as sweeping

i trial civil docket are distribute ciste.1t water from the ques. challenge to kit whole
and political I standpoint, Raymer F. Maguire Orlando was was found gambling parapher-I conceptof
i swamped with 44.OOO suits Harris school for drinking purposes awarded The President's Medal." a
would be to assume a defeatist at-: and the court of appeals it I Persons' may obtain it bvbringing 1,, gilt of University President Dr. Jno. nalia which was confiscated by ..I'.III.1I.4'1JI government, the natural thingwas

I 1 buried under 10,000 catet. I their! own receptacles: and J. rigert. in recognition of distinguished the officers. 1
to that the
v and service by Officers who conducted the suppose battle!
til.de. {J
receive not more tlir.n a gallon. GIVE VERDICTIN
I an alumnus of the University of I raids were Patrolmen Rex Shaw
.II'.I'I..I' 1 lines for 1936 Lad been clearly l
and! Florida to his Alma Mater.
For congress to pack up Franklyn Arenberg. Bienvenido
4/ C President Tigert's medal came as I
home without SHEA ARRIVESIN 1 I Perez and Call officer Owen Saw- DEATH drawn.
go making some 1 a _. a distinct surprise, but it is believed OF .
sort of stab of salvaging what1 I SCHOOL GROUPS ;| that he plans to make the gift an- I Th. situation was plain enough.
- E nually to some alumnus of the University yer.Places raided were the Rose J The court. cI the constitution
could be saved) of the industrial KEY WEST : WAR VETERAN
1 who renders outstanding Garden Pena Morales Duval
GO ; j did not permit federal control
recovery act they argued would!i : service.
TOJOLLEGE! ,.. :: Mr. Loftin. in addition many Club Raul Garcia; Will Hopkins'place I I. over local economic and social af
be admission to the the !
an country
j at Angela and Whitehead
v'i high and responsible offices and activities I fairs. The President said tuck
"new deal" is in perilous waters. I REPRESENTATIVE OF AQUA- is president of the Univer- streets; Leonard Guerra's place on: JURY COSCLUDES MAN FOUND I| control was absolutely necessary
Mrs. Garner Departs TEACHERS AND PUPILS LEFT: sity of Florida Endowment Corporation. Duval street next to the Monroe to enable the government to cope
'f RIUM COLLECTING SPECIMENS Dean Farrah. for 22 years Theater Broadway Cafe, J.| DEAD ON KEYS MET FOUL i
It nay. not. mean anything but SATURDAY FOR TALLAHASSEE I dean of the Alabama law school was ; > I j with present-day problems.
on capitol hill the quiet departure| IN THESE WATERS first dean of the law schools at Stetson Machin. tfS PLAY AT HANDS OF PAR. Furthermore the President n,>

of Mrs. John N. Garner wife and iI it. University and the University of I TIES UNKNOWN pealed to the people. He said tut'j
Florida and is recognized as "the must decide. What could he man .
secretary of the vice president,!! I father of legal education In Florida' MIAMI VISITORS
for her in Uvalde, Texas, is j jsigntfrcanC J.J. Shea representing the New t Mr by that
home Maguire. principal founder or "
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V*" -=ss J, AfterabrjefaerioJJf: relaxation -.' York Aquarium, in, 'Key West t. 4e;3taOnlversity of Florida- Alumni -"""' -' +ar --- -. CejiautJyth-vjiei not.AMMO thai
: teachers his annual h0 GOBACKSUNDAY j In the opinion of the jurors empanelled the people should attempt to influence
For years the comings and the and pupils of Key {I for suf-ly" ; of specimens Association twice the organization's
goings of the Garners to .and i' West hare left for Tallahassee and i! from the wateis adjacent to the president: former president of the to investigate the deathof the supreme court. Nor

from Washington have been re-' other points to take up summer',' island. I mer Florida member State of Bar the Association State Board for-of I C. Radkin at Islamorada last would there be any point in Influencing

garded as reliable indications of'| courtes at various institutions; of Mr. Shea called at The Citizen II Control. has long been a faithful LUNCHEON GIVEN FOR MEMBERS meek, he'.as' killed and did not congress to go on pa '-.
I'office today and said the 'oys I ing 'new deal" legislation if the
how things stand legislatively. learning devoted alumnus of the University t fell out of his bunk and fracture
They have been among the first" Besides the several groups and j i were already catching the smaller II t whose efforts and sacrifices for the OF PARTY AT r court was to continue to hold .JLH+
tpecimon ard he had purchasedabout University long ago stamped himeminently his skull. i legislation unconstitutional.The .
individuals mentioned in previous :
to quit the capital when congress i I I I DELMONICOAfter
500 of these vhis morning. I worthy of the signal Radkin was discovered last one thing the people can
I iis-e-s- of The Citizen as going to RAYMER r. MAGCIRE
wind the business of a session I honor lust I
up I I received. I
And the last to return for the beginning Cr ine! I and Tallahassee: the following will! be a num:.or of larger specimens bunk ,at Veterans Camp Number slitution. Jt 1* hard to figure out
of a new one. ( left for Florida State College for I l including jew fish. Altogether i ]I spending two days in i I 1. at Islamorada. Sheriff KO.. how Mr. Rftoseveit could ha\4'
Mrs. Garner's oberva- MRS. i iGOJSTO
private ,
tion to friends who bade her :goodbye -]!| Women at Talfohavce; on Saturday I there will be upwards of 2.000 E. CATES 'LIGHT TENDER Key West as guests of city, FERA I Thompson, who was in Miami at meant ahything+ elae.
: Oh in the entire collection when I lofficials. and prominent citizens i| the time, was informed from his! Situation More Cloudy
that she thought the present in ] Miss Linton Vitt Mrs. Emil 1,I i it is completed. i SEAl headed by Mayor i of[ice in Key West of the death In the presence of such -aa i.,'
congress would get through a Sweeting Mrs. Clomer !Meador! I i Tanks in which the fish will be DIED ON SUNDAYFUNERAL i IA.I H. D. Fossey returned to Miami -i and immediately proceeded to the I sue, all previous plans for 1936

month or six weeks ra.iscd peculation ; Miss Mary PincJer: Misses Florence ,I placed for transportation are now'on Ii I ;yesterday afternoon. t I scene. I Ii were reconsidered.

that adjournment may come end Marjorie Ro;.erty. Mr. Amelia: the Steamship Medina of the i: i The group arrived in Key West i I While Mr. Thompson wa there! Forgotten were the four billion

much sooner than many have been Cabot Mr<. Victor Watkins: Miss II.I Clyde-Mallory Lines and is due to>> SE VICES ARE BE. IVY SAILS LAST NIGHT ENi I i Saturday noon by train, and was I Justice of the Peace:: E. R. Lowe I dollars, the currency experiment ,

predicting. Marie IiasVin. Miss Jennie Mae ,I arrive at Key West next Monday I II I immediately started on a round empanelled a j' ry, as coroner ex- I and the other: controversial b-
Borah's Buttermilk : Johnson Misses Virginia ad Win- !!! evening. I ING CONDUCTED THIS i I ROUTE TO TOR.' of activities which included a I[ officio, and told the sheriff he' jests on,which political line! had

There's a tory being told nifred Shine a;>rt Mrs. Isabel Hall ,I AFTERNOON t TUGAS sightseeing tour of the island anda +i would advise him of the verdict i been forming. They were dwai ,'cd
( I I
mound senate cloakrooms about : who is ac-omi-anieJ by her little ,' BERVAUHM E I I luncheon at Delmonico's. i an soon as it vas reached. Mr. beside the one big. fundament
Senator Borah's recently->covered I daughter, Joy. w! r Saturday night the visitors were! Thompson returned to Key Weston dispute which sudenly had appeared -
fondness for butterjnilk. The guests at the Habana-Madrid' Friday. I
Z' \ I fullgrown in the midst of tho
ardent Since t Mrs i ;: Euphemia dates 60, died Lighthouse Tender Ivy sailed Club. Yesterday they Late the verdict
Idahoan is an dry. ALBURY LEAVE i l saw more I Sati.rd.-y was political corn patch.
the advent of warm weather he REV. S. PEELE : + :{ yesterday morning 9:30 o'clock 1 test, night with: supplies' for the :. of 'the interesting points of Key, reached' and the sheriff advised ;i But as the day paa this Mfnv-

has kept close at hand -during .'; I ti ,t'inthe home at 1121 Petronia; light and ligbtkeei on_ Loggerhead West. i i that the verdict was tfyat the deceased tion becomes more and more
senate sessions a tall vacuum ILL ORLANDO i i Key. j II I i I' Besides Mayor Posse), the party cara jftfihis Vath at the cloudy the President himself Ins

bottle filled with a special ,brand GO TO TALLAHASSEE ON rt OFFICIAL _!: street, after an illness lasting over' From there the tender will proceed -! from Miami included: James I hands of parties unknown. I said a constitutional amendmentis

of ice cold buttermilk. BUSINESS RELATIVE ;t j a period. !' Yelvington property manager of i not necessarily the an;'wir
lie had occasion not long ago to lojyj; to Pulaski Shoals: eight and 'I I Jhe,City of Miami; Abe Aronovitz,: Speaker Byrna and General John

lunch in a downtown hotel with LOCAL PASTOR, .WENT_, :'I.t.IHEREI' TO TAX MATTERS r' Funeral services are being held three1 quarter miles east northeast city* solicitor of Miami; A. G. NEW, CLASSES IN"j j son have predicted that no que .

Home friends. When the waiter approached i TO: ATTEND s ANNUAL ''this afternoon 4:30 o'clock from!4.f j the Loggerhead Key to drive 'I Ii Veach, liquidator of the Southern i 1 tion of an amendment will ari;c,
him for his order Borah i: -j | iron piling for the light to ,be Bank and Trust Company;' and I SOClALSERVICEFURTHER : When Senator Borah asks that the

ordered a "large, tall cold" glassof 1 ,CONFERENCERev. Carl 1 BertalJi. chairman of t'ie St. f Paul's Episcopal Church, where erected there. 'I Attorney Paul Marks who is president -!i I II exact intentions of the democrat
buttermilk. Instead of !'aying' hoard of county t commissioners : the body was placed at 2 o'clock.! of the Key West Club of I I I with respect: to the constitution

buttermilk however he orderedthe left yesterday afternoon for Tallahassee Rev. Arthur B. Dimmick is of- I Dade County. Mr. Minrks' andMr. : INSTRUCTIONS TO be put into understandable lan-

brand he is accustomed to i Shuler Peele, of Fleming to be absent several days. ficiating. i; L. T. BRAGASSA I ,. Aronovitz are former Key I guage, no one steps forward

drinking. i i d: Street Methodist Church i is con- Mr. Bervaldi goes in responseto I i Westers. BE GIVEN IN HANOI- I II The statement of Mewr., IIi",*
It happens the name of the fined to a hospital in Orlando a call from the governor for all I j ?Irs. Cates is survived by her i I ON HONOR ROLL I ver and Lowden that they ac

brand is the same as that of a with an tttack of flue contracted county chairmen: to meet to discuss husband William, D. Cates. one! CUBA TRANSPORTS CRAFT WORK prepared to stand against any

wellknown alcoholic beverage. The while on a visit t? Lakeland. Fla., taxation, county court :uud- I daughter, Mrs. J. F. McCradle j: ----- I I I I "change in the form of govern

waiter brought the liquor. : to attend the Methodist Young gets state advertising and other i formerly Miss Verdaine Cates ment" is met with a denial that
The "lone lion of Idaho" hit the''' Peoples Assembly held at Southern I matters.Accomranying. i' L. T. Bragassa Jr., student in I: 155 PASSENGERS 1 A new class for instruction in any change Is contemplated

ceiling to the amusement of his College. the chairman h i two sons, Bertram and William pharmacy at the University of!i iI IiSteamship | handicraft work: is to be startedI !I' Whereas at first Mr. Eoof<--

friends. lie ordered the beverage',: Two members of the organization i 1: William V. Albnry, legal adviser Cates, one sister, Mrs. Lillian Florida made the honor roll this I !I by the social service department!I veit's chief/ legislative lieutpnaiV -,

back to the bar in typical Borah- who accompanied; Rev. Peele', to the board who will attend the Carey and seven grand children. year. He will not take the usual, Cjba sailed Saturday -' of the Key West Administrationas ;' were saying he simply would let

esque fashion and made it plain to Lakeland. Miss Beatrice Sienceand I i meetings. I I vacation but will continue his; afternoon for Havana with soon as 15 persons enroll in the NRA die, and go to the country: i
it was buttermilk and buttermilk, Miss Mayfield Knowles re-,t I >_ I I 1 studies! through the summer, his]I 140 first class ,. 15 second ; class Mrt. Nina Ryder Johnson,:!i I on the issue. NICA. stop-gap teen! -
only, he wanted.MRSlvTlLOYD". turned yesterday. Two others. I HOWE'S YACHT I PASTOR LEAVES brother told The Citizen. i class 365 racks o' mail, three i director of social service, announced -j i lation now has the backing of the
1! Miss Mary( Felton and Miss Minnie -:! I' Mr. Bragassa s a son of the tons of freight and three automo- j this morning. i'I White House. and a long list of
i Kno\\les. eto,!ped'over at Miami late L. T. Bragassa who Persons bringing their own ma- other "new deal" measures are
\ I r. for a visit with relatives. i! NOW\ IN PORT i deputy collector of customs 11":1$1 Ferry Palma arrived from Cuba t! terials will be permited to keep I t being rewritten and urged fur

Others who attended the assembly -! | charge at Key West He is now inj I;i and returned yesterday afternoon i the articles they make while attending passage'in ..modified form.

DIED IN MIAMI and returned yesterday with i i his third year of study. I with 10 can of pineapples. 3.410I ; the class,' Mrs. Johnson t Alternative Left Open

i| Miss Louise Ketchum in her car, PRESIDENT MOTOR LINES i.c! REV. SUMMERS AND FAMILY, crates and eight cars of fruit in I said. In the event the materialsare In other words, the indications
i Mrs Miss i I II I furnished the Key West
tare: Dorothy Curry. I ALBERTUSSUFFERS I II by today are that instead of tryingto
,I Gladys Russell Miss Carolyn: TAKES GUESTS OUT FISHING AND GERALDSAUNDERS ALTON I bulk.Steamship Bidwell, of the Fun,! Administration the finished products change the constitution, the
Mrs. Paul Gibson received ,a Sands. Miss Vanessa Collins and i I ; win be retained by the Ad-
LEAVE OVER HIGHWAY i Oil Company, arrived in port "new deml" w changing its; nr-
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telegram this morning from Archie Roberts. YESTERDAY i INJURY Saturday afternoon consigned to c: ministration. gram to conform to the re,tri-.

Frazier Bethel at Miami announcing the Porter Dock Company. The! Seven persons already have indicated tion laid down by the sup+'eme
the death of her aunt. Mrs. : I. I a desire to attend such a
NEWARR1VALATHOME Howe of I Rev. George E. Summers, of the I vessel which left Philadelphia for court.
illnessof William president I i
Lloyd an ,' Alhe-n: 'Port Arthur Texas, had been or-'I class: but before it can be started Of course the alternative "'a
only a few davs. Mr. Lloyd Florida Motor Lines who enjoys t' First Methodist church, and family Alton of Mr. any there must be 15 enrollees it was
I later advocacy<< : of constitutor: il l
dered to proceed to Taatpteo J
six I an annual vacation fishing in the I Mrs. EdouardMhert is, who is employed ;
died in that about years I the
city left this morning said. .
: changes is left Itn lb.
I waters of Key West and Tortugas. i with the Florida East Coast Mfexico, and came to !hare ,j r ,_ I II open.
ago.;; i iMr ; *
II highway for Orlando to attend the:I' changed by tie Porter omipany. embraced if thought desl mb!", r
*. Lloyd leaves her father. I is here this year in his yacht:; Railway Miami suffered a comminuted ,papers Phorty-Phunny-Phellows
1 t future time. But if it "
i I annual conference of the Methodist -, some ni
Robert Henry Sends three broth 1i Rascal III. fracture of tee right arm
; i DANCE and if thin s 0/1
i Mr. Mrs. James Mr. Howe had hs: churches. I while Steamship Alamo o.f the Clyde- embraced = f
ers. Captain Robert H. Sands and and Cooper announce -I as guests yesterday I cranking compressor. I! where do fh-
Harry and Paul Sands; three 'sisters the birth. 5:20 o'clock yes- i a number of prominent Another member of the party is i His mother left yesterday for Mallory Lines arrived 4:15 o'clock Auspices St. Mary's Sodality along present
terday in the home on Eaton : business and professional men Miami and expects to return with yesterday morning from New people come: in?
Mrs.Mrs.Frazier Joseph Bethel N'oeuez of of Miami.Tampa street of an 8 1-2 pound boy. from Jacksonville who had a ......atday' I Gerald Sannders. who goes to the her son within the week. She was 1 York and after discharging heavy''! CUBAN *CLUB O'clock' I I WW: will be expected: nf ih-",.
I Tonight at
and Mrs. John Pettway, also of, Mother and son are reported as I sport and left in the after conference as delegate from Key accompanied by Mrs. Archie Albert 'cargo sailed 7:40 o'clock: for I and what" becomes: of the "burning

Tampa. i I;: doing nicely. noon. West. us and Mrs. Aaron Diaz. Tampa.i I Gents, 60e Ladies Free issue

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fCttl OUR PACIFIC NAVAL BASE George N. Parks 1118 Southard to restore! the old fashioned! home

fJt IDJ hat UNUSUAL FACTS REVEALEDby'MovicSpodighi" KEY WEST IN I street. 'sin these days when people throw

1>U.I\.4 Dally Except Banter By 'away clothes because they are NX
5116, qT'ZI' : r pBMSpHFQ Co.. IXC.U. The American fleet is returning towards DAYS GONE BY. Tn. first tarpon caught from:months behind the Ftyl ..
P. ARTMA*. pTMlatat.JOR California after a navy game which Richard Cromwell the docks here for several monthswas
A LI.PAwtUtaat B..ta.u M...*.r muxranatktr Happvniao Her. Jest 10 Y.ara'
covered vast of the Eastern Pacific brought in yesterday! by Cap 1
a area
from. Tt.. CUIen building wwrGTa sue, smcllor rnrtc Af Today A* Taken From tain Laurie HerttelL The fish wa, S. E. Woodward carries a large
Corner Greene and ABU Streets and extended far beyond the Hawaiian Is- The Files Of lie Citnea
fish! ttx caught on a line from Sweeney's advertisement in this ramie of The

lands. 1- I dock while the captain was fishing Citizen calling) attention to a number -
v"lj >pally Newspaper In Key Welt sad Monroe filmuy (f wharf scuus In. ,
One of the of the R. E. Ball brakeman the for grunts and snappers The tar-
County. purposes navy game 'Unknown on !of realty offerings which! art

.nttred at Hey Welt. Florid. M .ond la.i matter t was to test the availability of Pearl Harbor I. pineapple special of the Florida; and pon was about three feet long some of the choicest in the citv
i Dick was swamped in fish.PIWt East Coast Railway died yesterday put up a stiff fight before
FllTT-SlITB TKAJt I a:, a fleet base in case of war. While certain stood tuu fity with in a Miami hospital from'I being brought; in. Mr.\ Woodward predicts there will

>f t AN.eiat.d PrM improvements are necessary the verdict burns and injuries received when! not be a lot on the inland of Key

tl.i A'8Of1S"r: I: xclmlvely entitled credited to .te has been favorable. One hundred and. sfraq coifs/ the boiler of the engine hauling!I Joseph! Clark suffered a strokeof Vest! next year which can br
.r. repuhllcaUon of all flewU dispatches and aja t. I i the train from Key West exploded paralysis yesterday while at the brought for less than 5000.
It .r not virvrwls credited thus paper .*, I concentrated in this I" ri I '
sixty-five ships were 1
ih. local -*. pjuMlened liere.NATIONAL near Pigeon; Key. H. H.|corner of \V3utehead and Greene
I. laud locked bay although the channel was Ro!enquist, engineer and Oscar! street. This is the second stroke I BENJAMIN LOPEZ

EWTORIALACIATION) considered too yarrow for four large aircraft Crawford I colored firemen were! Mr. Clark has had. The other FUNERAL HOME
<< 11 ) enter. both killed when the boiler ex.\occurred some months ago from E.t.bl.h.d 49 Y.ars
to I
<=/y f93SL I carriers II ploded. which he had.partly recovered and K.y w..r. oia.t24Hear
I, Pearl Harbor Is considered an Amer- was able to walk short distance Ambvlaac 5.r.icUecsaed .
.L""CBU.'I"O; .L4TP:
lm. 'Tear .. ... . ican Gibraltar but certain weaknesses must I ,
>1K Month _': .:: ':.::::-' : .- ---.1i: I I II' Mrs. J. G. Piodela was hostess! ; "I
Tbrea Month ..: : : = be eliminated. The narrow channel must to the Catholic Activities Clab' Editorial comment: Pretty hard; Ph.... 13S Night 0M-W'"
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) UontbXTttkly .
o :.2. 1, be cleared of coral outcroppings and i I' which held its first meeting yes- .-. -- ---- -- ----
terday afternoon at her home
ADTERTISI.fQ' RATESknown widened. The Army had only one hundred i
Made : on applicationBI'KCIAI I'I corner Greene and Ann streets
ftOTICK and twenty-three airplanes, some of them The work of the club was out
All reading notice, card ot thank*, revolution* at old. to oppose two hqndred and twenty- I lined by the hostess who recently Your VacationIf
rpect. rbltaary notice*, etc, sill be cbarg-e4 for at
t.., rate of iO cent a line. five planes which the attacking fleet I returned from Jacksonville where
Nntler for nlrtalnment br church*. from whlcfct she attended a convention of the,
rwcuu I* to be d rye4 are &.. cent a line. launched. The construction of several I you are going to summer school or plan-
Catholic of America.The .
The Citizen t forum and Invite dlen Daughters; :
_-. of public UBC* open and nibjoct; of local or general military roads to facilitate the transfer; of f !ttW.1rvl -- ning a motor trip, or any journey you will feel
uttret, but It wise not publish anonymous cornmnnl* .1i i !safer\ and more at ease if you are sure that the
&U'DL troops from one side of the Island to the wedding of Miss Janice
funds you carry are protected. Let us assist you
other is necessary. Our military leaders Hicks, daughter of )4r and )Ir&.:

IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST think Pearl) Harbor could be defended AtthiG>lutnlna.f&J I Maiandfrurh eneouiiJlred II mfatfua was solemnized yesterday after: travel funds( intoAMERICAN-
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN against a probable attack as at present but sfuuik'na qa-that .
noon & o'clock at the home of!t
hu t tJvi1L! whtn sJu uuidti In '
r qui additional, reenforcements. y : ore Mr. and Mrs. George Lucas, 1301.; P : EXPRESS TRAVELERS
--'Of "sr I A'." ,..-. f t : stood on the top of a Juuardcmiu btrY'a call frr lagler street. The ring ceremonywas .< :. CHEQUESIF
>t'I"' t"t.PENSIONS
1. Water .
2. Bridges to complete Road to :Main- I .cIf. Methodist Memorial Church. THESE checks are lost or slolen!' (un-

land. ..ni* ',. i .- -- -- --- I countersigned), the amount involved i is refundedto

3. Free Port. ". I.... ..'""'*: The suggestion that the federaov'\ ... Pretty Summer frocks ands] you. In spending them all that i is necessary!! k
I IY'', I
ernment pension the few remaining Confederate quantities of lovely flowers form- for. you to sign them a second time in the presenceof
4. Hotels and Apartment; veterans is made by no less a If. WEATHER 1 ed the setting for the compliment:'! the one accepting them. I fFOP

5. Bathing Pavilion.C. person than Alfred E. Stacey, National I paid to ICisH: Florence Mackie a :
bride to be of the month by Mrs.. SALE BY- "
1'orts-Land and Sea. Commander of the G/;I. A. R. In'several recent -I' Temperature i!i WEATHER CONDITIONSA Flora Michael and Mrs. Mamie( '

7. Consolidation} of County and City statements he has suggested that this Highest ............. .-.-.. .. __ .- ..90 Deason when they entertained a National of
The First Bank West
Governments.SIDELIGHTS. would be the best way to wipe out the last!' Lowest .. ... .. .. .....80 slight! disturbance :s central number of friends at a miscellaneous Key

'. .. _.. .. .. shower yesterday after.
of because of the be- Mean 8rj! this morning off the middle At- I
vestige enmity '
war Normal' Mean ..._ ........ .....nnJH lantic coast::: New York City. 29.81I noon at the home of Ml. and Mrs. I
tween the States. .. .
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Rainfall I inches. and prepare is low from
This shows how the world moves. Foes
Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins. the Lake Super.or: region southwestward -I
that fought against each other in settlingby
Normal Precipitation nn .15 Ins. :. over the central' Plains!

arms a great issue in this country, seem Thin. rrr.r4 ........ :24-h..r p....1.. States, Du'uth. Minn., 29.80 inch I /.
rmMmtc at M .1 fhl ".1'' ; be
By MARCY B. DARNALL: to have become, in truth, common citizensof Tomorrow' AlmanacSun ; es, and Dodge City Kan. 29.84 t
Former: Editor of Tk Key West Citizen a common nation. rise ..._....... ,".... 5:36 a. m. : inches; while a moderate: high /:

The lesson set by the people of the Sun seta ............._.....n 717 p. m. 1irea! | >ire area overspreads the re- : ACCEPTING IMITATIONS

Moon rises .__'hU 2:34 p. m.Moon insider of the eastern half of the
United in >
Desiring to hang himself comfortably, States erasing as far as possiblethe V To sets ....n...__ .... 1:30 a. m.Tonaorrow' ... .
Henry Dyer of Lewisham, England, paddedhis bitterness of a great struggle ought to Tide ('ounb). Louisville Ky., 30.08 SUTC tO X MADE IN BALTIMORE. 'IIST'AIII
neck before placing the. rope with the be copied by some of the nations of Europe, A.M.* P.M.. inchei. Showers have occurred Atlantic I look. for Davie 100% Pyre faint bat often heft IWII'laroc
during the last 24 hours in "_""""i' imitated but never duplicated. r..aY.s. :
result that his effort was, a failure, and he where past hates and bitter wrongs are high; .................. 5:IS 6:24 coast dictuct: from New England _. this Label rj rrt 100% RUM Paint confonw With "'E::::
Low .. ......_ ........ 12:13: .......
southward southeastern "Q .--
an Laws and
14 the
has promised not to try that method again. kept alive to nourish the war spirit. It is 11:18 \i In: 1:' pan paint only paint := I
'" .Florida, being heavy at Boston JJUPU that carries a guarantee of panty.pok ==:::-.:
not the way to peace, and can never be. Barometer 8 a. m. today: |liass. 1.44 inches, and"Hattera.l, PAINT
The spectacle of women painting and Sea level 29.90WEATHER fN.; C., 1.38 inches and there have .'. ( for this Guarantee the Label a r r

LOST DEPOSITS : ako been light to moderate show.i I ,",=-"- w....____-..-:f ether Punt w..nr..8i1u'_--.
t powdering in public is irritating to some, FORECASTTill i| and thunderstorms in the up- All ..r rradwxf .r, vtafe. |.y M bkimort n4 ioU |......(... Oulcn. .-lyTBEttBDAVlSCa I

but for us' nothing arouses the. urge to per Mis'issippi Valley portions of J &*.rffa* + w BALTIHORENn
throw a brick quite so readily 33!\ the'sight In almost every bank of any age there ( 8 p. m., Tuesday) I the Lake region, northwestern
Key West jnd Vicinity: Fair: Florida. and southern Texas Temperatures G. C. ROBERTS Corner Caroline and William streets J
of a young fellow continually flipping are dead deposits, sums of money of vari- tonight and Tuesday; gentle : are below normal this
back a long forelock of hair with a toss of ous sizes apparently forgotten by those northerly winds. morning; ore most sections east .
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the head. who originally left them with' the bank. Florida and Tues- of the M[*!si:sippi River. except in
Fair '
: tonight the Lake and Florida "" '
region pen- 1.1.1'1"1'111"I..

Recently, a New York bank launched day; little change in temperature.; m cla. and nre abnormally hieh in ................................ .......................... .,.......... ..
Drop ;another tear for poor old Babe a campaign to wipe off dormant accounts.To Jacksonville to Flo.i i.ta,Straits: I! the central Plains States''l. Dodge -

Ruth. The best he could do in a recent do so it went to considerable trouble Gentle to moderate north or: City. Kens, reporting a maximum *

to bat out three home anda trying to trace owners of money which had northeast winds and)fair weather reading yesterday of 100 degrees
game was runs O. S. KENNEDY.
single. The sad part was that in spite of not been noticed for twenty years or more. I tonight and Tuesday.Ea ,i I 1 Official in Charge.Subscribe KEEP

One traced down had his old Gulf: Gentle to moderate l COOL I
his mighty effort the Pirates won the man pass i I :
I north or northeast wnids. to The Citizen.
game from! Ruth's Boston Braves by the book showing a balance of $173 but when _.. --_. -
score of 11 to 7. interest was added to it he received a check -

for --
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$335. --- -- ----
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Almost bank which has in- :. :
I:. G. Page, an airmail pilot, servedan every gone .
to liquidation has found deposit

ultimatum on his. wife that if she didn't accounts ,
to the credit of people whose address and II
stay away from barber shops .he wpuld. I
whereabouts nobody conected with the"institution Electric Fans

He did, and grew a long{,...and offensive. knew. Most!' of' these accounts .,
beard. The wife capitulated, perhaps ,
are fairly small but the fact that theirowners :
fearing he would foul the propeller of his .. .

plane with. his whiskers.' I ,: ..- :'* .'how: careless have' and lost forgetful account of many them peopleafe shows

.j In' their financial transactions. L $$1.85 to $$10.95 Ii
The worst play on' record is reportedfrom I "

an\ Eastern city, where it is said the REVOLUTIONARY

disgusted spectators began 'leaving soon (:

after the first act got under way. Shortly 't"n '
In 1492 Christopher Columbus crossed OffER :
they were pouring out of the theater in .,' ICE CREAM FREEZERS llj
the Atlantic ocean in 69 days and in 1819
droves, causing, some \ag to shout: "Wo :
the Savannah opened the era of steam by
men and children first!I' :
the miraculous passage in 26 days. This 2Qt. 4Qt. 6Qt.f :1
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month the Normandie, new French liner, *
They take their kiting seriously in W
a established record of EXTENDED OUI' :
: {\ new 44 days, 11 C
certain California town where Miss Oc, hours and 42 minutes. N6US.bit ii.# ) *

tavia Hufford had H. I* Gimlin arrested for 2 ars.oiii r Land travel has been speeded up as! 1 dox..*ttl _I tb. bmsrt Jugs !
using man in connection i 2 psas co-ne 2 ua inutI ,
cave methods .
much. Who can imagine that the United I
With the art. Three trials .. ... I ""II ; 2 Ibi
oscillatory havq States of today with July lat can. '---Ha,1.r"UU.lacati
airplane trips yon .
reg- .;.. Bottles \
resulted, in hung juries t i ;and the town'i<1 ularly scheduled from coast to coast overnight I' a GENERAL ELECTRIG :- ut' "..ce. '.-..a 1>&M' .ca".bc 1 ....d. Thermos \
f:Ufr 2 f.pe $rait" 2

split into two factiona'cver,. ... the. ras yrT'-. \ and with fast passenger trains make ; REFRIGERATOR' in 1MMOS 1 |jr. uiaj ftp.ar MM sans..Olaaget I tbif i i
: l ;3 ltd *r .
io -
.+ -. ing the journey in a few days would be I yopr home for a down payment IJUM1.IK...,.votes bottle
:2 quiet (r .uay I2Oi .
U It reported that in a recent'electkutin what it Ls if we had to rely on the stagecoach of only $1.00. .j 0001; >'*-1 1U>. vl iccl :

Latvia 4G political parties;. had candidates and the steamer for travelling. The I '

in, the field for 100 parliamentary' advent of the automobile revolutionized fi J This refrigerator has the famoussealedin ; Beach Chairs, Hammock Chairs i

seats. A' foreign correspondent says the life iii this because it I
country made travel} mechanuni; and the five year.protective

campaign was marked by violent personal' easy!= and annihilated distance. .. plan i*. included in the initial p rice. Folding Chairs

abuse;' and mud-slinging which was "al- FLQQO VICTIMS' e:

most typically in the American fashion." I .. ..

Naturally the sympathy of the nationis Monthly Payments jt j .1 .V.

Three Chinese scientists have developed extended to the victims of the flood that
i Your home is worthy of the best" I
a brand new cosmography in recently brought destruction and death to t 1 $2.00with( your light bill

\yhich it is" held t that the world does not the citizens of Western State. I

move. The wprld pf thought has not One finds 'is hard' visualize' the ter- II I South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co. i i

moved much in some part of China for a ror and the suffering that lurks in i such

long time although some if the important natural catastrophes but easy' to favor The Key West Electric Company .: Phone 598 White and Eliza Streets'jS .:

inventions which have influenced mankind prompt extension of relief and aid to those ......................................................................:

came from there. afflicted. :1.41".1
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Tse..s.. ... .. ..... fighter's Jaw) daring the -season .............e.e........

EN MYsiaKISS= [ 1 i \ r when he is batting for a mate. Today's Horoscope
I [ :HOWDY, KEY WEST! Newspaper filler This is the only

I record of any wale species who secures ..ee.eee.ee.S..ee..e

'rSPORTS By RED KERCE I a fighting jaw until six Artistic desires an shown. wit>

/ : o.. wtttem hoi maine bidden behind the ......o.......ae.e..e I months after the marriage much ability Tre fortunes of thi-
ditvutnmflg (. Ik* aid atAlinou
evm Retlt WI". throng Da flint of her I lustreless eyes..: t'ay are not .e.y gout; unless sup
Hmmtrt'mlt. "..t*,- AHton. ka.. I The poor women should gain A government agency recently
Men ..., .,... !. Danhnt.. lontI !tome notoriety for this: They seldom proclaimed a $150.000,000 ported; by g- od cpects; the real
... chose the hour I appropriation
11. __ .. Not 0a. *n urule.
ROBERT natcrc is repressed the i ij ilI
; t. nimidt ,"..oa'. father be sat in the learn that powder won't fill as "too much money." We ; person
when shy .I .'..w' ,. worry that the trencher in their I not understood the
there wat *...*..,*. wont l. the heavy damask curtains i fare until the fear that unless the search: is curtailed j always and
f;.,,'. .rl >on e Amen it griefmtrtrtn the fire burning brightly cofr letter part of the battle of life is a tine Democrat will be located -;! hopes I! metmU: not be .-ealiz
: At fJU.. Ikooake tt havingttrk fought.
a teoma na Daphne eel.'legeoxtroi liqueurs on an old I. holding a government posi ed. Much so "ON may, at tunes"
of her.. easy-Q.ixe lathe table by tbe deep sofa and I TRIUMPH ieeeeefeeeeteeeeeeefeeeee].II STANDINGS I 1i 1--- tion. :
LEAGUE and however ';n.lesz-ted fc lion:
turning over gramophone FOLLOWING i "The person does not lire who II II'I' j
I .e..a .....a._:........ this degree.:
Chapter,19 his side. I I ''I' can predict accurately today what
DAPHNE'S A direct person at all OVER CUBS \WITH AMERICAN LEAGUE congress will do." declares Roger; i TO SUBSCRIBERSIf

SUCCESS particularly' with his girl he THROUGH ; Club- W. L.Oct.. I Bat-son. Beg pardon Mr. Baboon, t j I KEY WESTCOLONIAL

-riONT:". worry,"be soothed., {"She'i no effort to approach' the. GREATEST EASE I New York ...-....-.-... 28 18 .609 I we've been able to say "nothing" ; you do act receive your HOTEL

much too young yet to think obliquely I (By JOVE) t Chicagll ._..........._ 2j 18, .571 I since exceedingly:! young. I paper by 6:15 o'clock in the

ol marrying. "By tbe way dear. If you're eeee..e..eee.ee.eeeee.e .............. 19 .558 afternoon, call telephone 51 i In the Center of the Business
Cleyeland 2i
ing of asking hat :
( young Last Tuesday the Tallahassee H. G. Wells in substance! and
That's I says j i a paper will be sent to
1 that
know.to the thevery I'm age of lunch. -* Y DEAN CARRIES CHAM- Capitols leaders of the Georgia-I Detroit "."''.''00.._.... 2. 20 .545 that Will Ropers' wit fa of the I II your borne. A complaint boyis I and Theater District
appeals type speaking ; "Guy Westurnr Boston ...,......._._.. 23 21 ,523 }!
i-nd that Americans
a child. Innocent enough to believe TO VICTORY BEFORE Florida League, were whitewashed dull, dry sort 1 oa duty at this office from i Fleet CU.-Firpro: fSeatible -
la them! They're experts. They "Yes. If you're thinking of ,|t by the Albany nine. Castillo was Washington ._...._. 21 2-1 .467 I as a class are not capable of understanding 6:15 to 7:15 p. m. for the
know, how to make romantlp lore him to lunch" CROWD DURING I I held hitless. and had four chances -I Philadelphia ......_.. 17 25105 I any other kind. Perhaps -1 purpose of delivering com i Rate

and how to work up'to the'point ther-It!"was you who suggested ON HOME GROUNDS I I IImperial i I in the field made one error. !! St Louis .............. 13 28 .317 that is'why H. G. Wells is so plaiats. Help n* fire yon 100psreeal COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI
wben she runs off and then-well. I His battin average so far is .260. ij I easily comprehended by Ameri- I' service! by eating 51
Bbe'U make a settlement and after "Oh. yes well-anyway. 1 j I The standing of the!, 'league is as cans. if yon do not receive The Citizen I. Garage Elevator
Club- W. 1. Pct.
perhaps teed better Had I
that he Just won't I out follow: Tallahassee. 20 won, 151 I ,
care you .. The Pi I lira) 1 'New York ... ..._. 29 11 .725 I Popular Price I
dear. I'm scared!" lost. .570 Albany 22 17 lost. !
; won. ; The male salmon develops a
... .. .600
YORK June 10.-The St.] St. Louis .n. 27 18 eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee I
You. mustn't" be. You and 1 can Cardinals, behind the mas-;i .564. Ii I Pittsburgh .........._ 29 20 ,.592'Brooklyn I u _._

look after her.rTbat's I ul hurling! / of Dizzy Dean, i' ... ........ 23 20 .535
lust It.' Insisted Daphne. went to victory: over the In thy Central] Florida league'our Chicago .. ......_. 21 20 .512
"1 feel I'm to blame. That 1 haven'tlooked Cubs before a Sunday boy, William Cates. U hitting Cincinnati .-......-..... 17 26 .405
after her! That my stupid estimated to be around fif- that apple right on the nose. Sun- Philadelphia. .... ...n 14 26 .350

mistake may bare done her untold thousand fans. The score day before? I last he dot two hits; Boston ....... ........ 11 30 ,.268ee.
damage!l- ,, one a homer over the. fence and FOil BLOWOUT PROTECTION ?
13 to 2. i Thursday two more safeties. The !' ...ee.........e......
You mean the other night!" He held the opposition to six :j
chit: has won three straight con- .
looked Incredulous. "You're worryIng and tuine.l in his seventh vic- CLASSIFIEDCOLUMN .
about nothing honestly. rm not X t As "it of the season. This win 1!i tests.! They are going to be hard '' lAO W \,'Leel'9Iarg.rtire and the high United States last year, and of these,

saying tbat I'm very pleased aboutIt 4 with the double victory ,: to stop now and Cates is now hit- speeds of today make blowout protection 43,000 were
but I saw the young man and she the Cubs of Saturday, place j i|i tin,?: .317. according to the last I .' in your tires vital to jour safety as never and kidding, you will more fully realize

was quite safe. I feel certain with Cardinals a little closer to the i, compilation of averages j jj. I before. Are >ou accepting exaggerated and Lowery important it is for you to protect
.... .....
him." ___ CC e.o. o e .Se..C
Giant 1 unsupported advertising and sales claims your life and the lives of others by

Daphne shrugged her shoulders. ..fpJ Pittsburgh Pirates defeated i j.l Local: baseball. players have been i j FOR REN1 ,--or are jou accepting the judgment of equipping your car with Firestone Gum-

"Of course you may be rtgbL'l Cincinnati Reds, 7 to'4. with practicing the past week and i, BICYCLES-WE-- RENT- by'the-- men who risk their lives on their tires and Dipped High Speed Tire*-the H/'.' tires

haven't seen him. she admitted Li M twirling for the Bucs. j j I are raring to :go. So far some of i Hour, Day or Week.Repair :know from experience the tire that gives built.

doubtfully.! "He may be everything ; the Reds used three pitcher?!' the best have been out to practice all makes and paint them with them the greatest'blowout protection? It win be worth your time to read these
you say. Only 1 could see that the the namely. A. Acevedo Annan-1 i
game. Nu-Enamel. We carry a full Thirty-three rare drivers and their three questions and their answers:
child was taken with him. that he York Giants downed do. Manolo Acevedo. AI Rodriguez. ,,
New the mechanics lined for the
of for
supply parts. Agent dangerous,
had a. glamor-quite naturally! At Boston Braves, 5 to 4, with Joe Casa. Peter Castro. Joe Hale. : up QUESTION 1WiII the tread give me the
Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles. gruelling grind of the 500-Mile( Race at !
that age one! tires ball In fairyland. H. Wickers Rueda. A. Castro
mound and
doing duty or greatest protection against.kidding
And sell them low $5.00 the 30lh. traction
as as Indianapolis Speedway May
and a knlgbt errant-well! It's not I
Salinero and Sevilla. The boy*
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winning gzregation.:
down and $1.00 week. We Firestone Tires were purchased and used
should fall In
surprising she love I !
vic to practice all this week
with him. If he's at all good looking Detroit Tigers were '< Buy and Sell all makes of used on every one of the thirty-three cars. ANSWER-Leading! university fasts show
Chicago White until Friday afternoon. Practices
and when I beard that you'd thought y F F.I. Ft Bridges over allowed five hits in will be held from 5 until 6 o'clock I, Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R. Kelly Petillo won the race at an average Firestone Hfjh' peed Tint stop your
of asking him to lunch I could have i Stowers company, 515 Duval of 106 miles hour. Wilbur Shaw car 15% quicker then the belt of other
his ninth victory of the| each evening at the Navy Field. per .
almost screamed This trip will take the boys to street. ( apr9-tf I was second flashing across the finish line popular mikes of tires.

-Sure 1 there Isn't. any barm. -" : St. Louis Browns triumph-: Homestead South Miami and also; FURNISHED APARTMENT:elec.tric just behind tbe runner Both drivers broke QUESTION 2-"Are they built to give me the

began Robert over the Cleveland Jndisns. 2 a game with the Veterans at Snake I ice box. Archie Thompson, the track record without tire trouble. In greatest bio :out protection?"

"Of course not. It he's the sort Hal Trosky knocked out h;1 ;, Creek. The club which will make 1001 Eaton street. Phone 879-J. ]. fact, not one of thethirtythreedrivers had ANSWER-U .equaled I performance

you say he I.. But do yon"really homer of the season! to give 1 the trip in my opinion, can't lose. ;, may24lmoxFURNISHED : tire trouble of any kind.GumDipping records for sixteen consecutive years

think Bob {that a decent young man Indians their lone tally. Request is made for Esmond Al-J i iI is one of the outstanding! prove that Gum-Pipping, jives you the
would have stayed there with berTDon't Washington Senators down bury. Griffin. Mario Pena and!I I BUNGALOW for reasons why Firestone Tires give such greatest blowout protection ever nown.
yon think he'd have found Cheta Baker to out for montlis.! desk' this
Philadelphia Athletics 5 to come three Inquire amazing performance. By process
some way of getting bold of a chap- a ten-inning contest maki:ig practice. The players will leave I)| Colonial HoteL jun7-3tx every colton cord is soaked and every QUESTION "Without sacrificing these two

crone! There are' cottages yon i wins out of the three-game Saturday morning at 6 o'clock. strand is insulated\ : with pure liquid rubber>> important SflMy features will they give me
know round Warley! N1 .I. ; starting the trip at the transfer ROOMS preventing internal friction and heat, the longer mileage thus making them the most
suppose It was a bit late and summaries: corner main cause of blovtouls. Gum-Dipping is economical ties lean buy?

In that storm-" I I NATIONAL LEAGUE i I I I "THE MUNRO"-Rooms $2.00 a patented extra process not used in any ANSWER-Thousands of car owners

St. Louis R- II. E. i Baseball Short $2.50 and $3.00 per week other make of tire report une u.led mileage records-
"I KNOW. One must allow for
thatBut I ... ........_.. 264 t and 128 N. E.
one's heard such ato: 'n' n I see where the Cardinals are' .Double Singh When you consider that there were evidence the longer wear and !greater
even then
terrible stories. Any Idiot could see English'r Louis .--. --_"-,---,,_,,-13 21 1 threatening to get the Giants out I 4th street. Miami, Fla. 882,000 automobile accidents in the economy of Firestone Hish Speed Tires.
: Root. Bryant Kow- of first place. The Brooklyn may24-lmox
that Alison had money-ber dress, I
those pearls! everything; and the and Hartnett. Stephenson; J.I Dodgers haven't a home run to I FOUND University L/hskw olume-Direet Purchasing-Straight LineManufacturin and
and Delancey.
their credit since May 15.
I've been of-well. It's
type talking
will I I FwMoneTtres stop cars Efficient and Economical System of Dill ltutin g
warned he :
their profession. I'm not suggesting Casey Stengel has ]'Iii HORN RIMMED SPECTACLES.Owner 1 S to YS qo quicker.
that there was anything wrong- 1 Pittsburgh R. H. E.! read the riot act if they continue I have to 500 Stores and to 30,000 Dealers,

why should there be, when he saw J ................,..... 453 to take the third strike with bats I I for may this ad or same return by paying of enables Firestone to jive f rcatervalues

there was a better, a bigger chanceof j burgh ........r.j:: .- 790 on their shoulders. Bill Jerry rean-I mine taken by mistake. Jefferson I Gum-Dipped cords
marrying ber! Only 1 got an 1 : Johnson Freitas,i ager of the Giants. B. Browne. junl-tf 2 give greater blowout at lowest pricespotectioe.GumDipping

awful shock dear when 1 saw that and Lombardi!; Blanton formed the public that Dizzy II I ---.- ._---
breakfast table!" 'J Grace. Dean's numerous sideline. business PIANO TUNING it not used in ether tires. k

Robert shifted uneasily. ,activities wonldn't leave him time I I I -
j Mo-
"I 1 too to win 25 I PIANO TUNER Laureano
really think you're making games.
J New York R..11. E. e j' reno. Excellent piano for sale
much of it: be said.I'm sure If yon ... .._._ eiMrs.
....__ 48 1 1 I I 1018 Division street.
come to lunch too. and meet him-" I York ...__..._.--". 591 Dizzy Dean keeps her illustrious i t cheap. m23-lmo l OS 05 $ 50 $ 0 3Iresmorethan50
"1 expect you're right. said hubby in Iiis place by Wider, loiter hw
K. Smith and Hogan
: ; B
Daphne meekly. know tbat you'rea a I' and Mancuso constantly! reminding him that J-I! --- FOR SALE I3 ongmon-skidw ar%. leer user a':

good Judge of people better than, though he map be a big shot today _
1 am. That's the awful part of tbe "What's Mrs. Sumers been J he -man He a bigger bum to1 I II 'PERSONAL CARDS-100 printedI
sort of time that I've had Bob. It I at Philadelphia, post ILIFIELI ?TEE $UTIiIL TTE CtlllEI WE
to your I morrow. :Some wise sports editor'claims !I cards, 125. The Artman .:z MASTERPIECE PESTSnn0GREU
leaves one too suspicious. I wasn't I I wet grounds. that Judge Fuchs will lose],I t!I: Press. aug7t w tine conr ucr r9oo'd' Coed quality
saying that be was that sort of man., little more.about blm first control of the Braves in August um
Bail! of hick; and workma
1 only wanted to warn you tbat's' aiL I mean we don't know J AMERICAN I LEAGUE and Babe Ruth will move in as1't' OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Two I Built with gradernaterisle Carrie Forthosear
high grade Up.
alt i do wee""I Cleveland R. 11. E. i owner who '
This of course, $ equal or
manager. bundles for 5c. The Citizen Office material.- .
Perhaps you're right 1 can easily thought yon liked him?" Louis.....--__.--A... 260 No, 83,729,105 concerning !, ''I _.penortoaD1 the Firestone need sew tire
octie HIGH SPEED e a a I or
find out about blm. Robert agreed.' "I do. Ob. I do! But _:?..L__ 150 Eulh. since the current season I I 145 *R q perior to an? _pedal brand .. ama andfnaraatee .
"If you could! And Just drop a' can't be too careful:. l.... :_Xiomas and Hems,' I! TYPE wxallrd First tire made forman .ftr.! m
tiny hint to Alison tbat she mustn't seems a very nice decent Hildebrrrnd, Brown and Pyt' opesed."e j e e PRINTING-Quality Printing at Grade, Super dUlriba- c q a a 1 or very low price
be too romantic about him until she fellow:, charming and all s the Lowest Prices. Thy; Aft- tL.-I __ IjWR-4 ae' or DeLuxe ton*ad.ert! edflrl ..perior to a y this tire has

knows more. It'd take an awtol' yon know. Alison, people sr <: Hobo Rath cal's Judge .Fnchs man Press .ang7 I We aeleet from line.regardlen linwilhont lire made in
of the Travel: dou''lecroier. oar I Ienormous themaker' no eqnaL
weight off my mind It yon would ways what they: seem. After & owner a storks of of name,brand this
R H. E. 'The j ,difo cills the Babean : i. : i or mannfaetnrer. Bameor Anmee.
You lee I do reel) responsible. !do get crooks In this world<<; .Chicago oJ MISCELLANEOUS. raw materials the best gra class. .
"My dear. If yon want me to.Jot u're.a' vr' pretty gUI, my .,. ..........._...__. ._. 4 4 Q ipibicfle.; Walter Jefcnson fired > and highest grade 1' _

course I will!" He got up.came over r>-\\\at are you tailing ('[go it .....-.-_._.-rfl 5 1 Wilde Krmm lad: Myatt. Dizzy I SPEND YOUR VACATION i 'AT I rubber and cotton for SIZE PRICE Size nICE SIZE niCE SIZE niCE
to ber: and now Daphne yielded dear?" Alison dropped the reee : Bridges and Coch- Dean and his teammate, Joe Med-, Beautif-tl Miami Beach. Terrace the high Speed Tire.loourfactoryweseleet. -.
leaning against him. holding up her tbe sofa. ; Whitehcad and SewelL wick squared off for .a fiat fight. 1'I Apt. 620 Lenox Ave.. 4-S4-21 17.30 4.5:41 .7.SS 0 05 tse4i tech 0:1.: Jh3lcJ: '4.05
The, Phillies de'bre war on Dizzy |,, the most experienced 4.75-1 7.75 s.et-I' 4.75.11
mouth. "Nothing. I only don't want Modern Clean, Efficiency and and I DM tiremakn-s s.:.... ..20 J.S.la "4.:1 4SSo
She said coolngly. between his go losing your heart to some Washington R. H. F after he combs their hair with the I Islir.ng 'I Bedroom Apts. $10, $12.50. build this tire. II I. 1 s.s5.u 1O.4OPiuuuilinnntilr s..se-n 9.:1.: a e.75 .Se-SI folS:
kisses "Yon know darling, you'resq crook or fortune hunter hit Jimmy Wilson sailed Phelps $15 J.lontAlso: rates by Weekor accurately LalaDred :
wise! That's why I feel safe with Alison looked at him steadily."Father ...- ..n'4 7 1 : into the plate. The Giants I Season. Write,. Wire Reservations and rigidly inspected I 0olo..51.. r OItoeISis.r A j, ,... IA, 47111 *-Sf
... ... ...... 5 10 3 LOT
: Earl A er.
to D'.zsy.
you. I wouldn't have dared even to .n.- won't speak :: I Now. jun8.6tx and we know it I. as
hint to Alison that I was worried. -UraT"What's- : Wilshere. Dietrih ill won't speak to his manager. perfeet as human

She wouldn't understand and she'd Mrs. Sumers been Berry' Richards; Russell Cop Walter: Johncon.: Daffy Dean won't EXPERIENCED DRIVER will HareD.ity ean make It. __ .

resent the Idea that I was looking to your""Daphne Linke aaj Bolton. Jek; to the um;-s. Guy Bush I drive to New Jersey or New, SIZE PRICE I I Jh BATTERIES SPARK!( PLUGS
after her But now 1 feel quite hap ? Why nothing. seeks a knockout;' Deputation: at the I YOlk for transportation. 612 : I yf e... I

it,. I know youll do It tactfully let "Oh. yes. she has! You York at: Boston, postpone expense of t'o! Chicago Cubs. White street. junlO-3tx 4.50-21_ $ "7.75 I tEAKPROOF Quiek.puk-whL.1 j
her think It comes from yon-yon .
think of that Idea yourself! rain. 4..19 taod beat-longer :
are so clever at those things. ; What Wear said Robert Baseball, once Amrcia's:: national -I 5.00.19_ "'80 !i TUB E S M t...$555 life.PAUL'S ..

It's yon who've made me happy huf"" ly. GAMES TODAY sport. has become nothing more s23-1a_ 9.75 i Sealed V- .4.. ,
responded Robert "I'd no Idea you ,
"About my losing my than in international football 5.50-17_ XO.70 againct I air ..,
felt like that. 1 mean about Alison." Gay Westurn being a crook. sport. Ruth quits game because: the RUSSELL'SjCIGAR 6. .16_ XI.95 leakage to

Td' love her anyway but I love "Well she's quite right" AMERICAN LEAGUE Craves woa'Jn't: itt him welcome I I 4.19BD 10.05 ., gi.e greater ';t
herr doubly because she's yours" not notice Alison's bitter games scheduled. the French lirer. Jerry Wee Woo. 5.00-19 DD 11.05 mileage.' 5 8 C A

said Daphne Burners end kissed him Copyright lilt.Evtly*if.; W a Chinese laundryman, throws out 5.S-18 DD 12.20 I

again.If she had any thoughts, they re- "tent Anson of her realizes fathers', tomorrow' NATIONAL at Pittsburgh LEAGUE-IIoI- the in Boston.first ball When in the Ruth baseball joined?'eague the I STORE0 1000000Slaer..1I---. --.-......t..w- i:4.50-21 4.40-21)4.73-21)\_z.4S ... l E.ela....ta

-- -. \\' vs. Weaver. Braves the experts said that it I *****liee.atietrein./Fieewww, I 5.00.17 W
of time and /eetsraa Richard Cr+tkr !; drt 2.85
.t.*e.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.1 j office :black (t'"the:.c: ffin"\ ; )'.game scheduled. was only a question But I -0- 5ti.N, Mrmnt Sue**a e. '> I 5.25.11Maley
the Eabe would be manager writ Beer N. B. C.-Wf-Af
at Plymouth, Mass. Died '
I who is looking for a job today
1827. \ scholar and journalist born. s e Baseball Returns
March 24, 1904.
I P. S--Think of watching a
1775.-James Barbour. By Wire
--Rebecca Latimer Felton housebreaker smack a home run.

e.e.e.e..eeee..iee.ele j I Virginia governor, senator, ( William H.). first of her Rumor No. 888-In Cleveland -o- rje.tone*

1735-John Morgan, physician, I I tary of War and to serve as U. S. Senator (for Walter Johnsin will be asked to'
I born at Barboursville, Va. Indiana: IN
founder of the Univ. of Pennsylvania'a -j' hours), long known as the resign as manager of the
June 8. 1842.1798Francis. RESULTS OF THE-
Medical School physi- old woman of Georgia." unless he can get his club definitely '

cianinhief to the Continental I' near Decatur, Ga. Died in on the road to the pennant, MAJOR BASEBALL

Army where lack of money for II L. :" \ Jan. 24, 1930. I I by July the Fourth. : LEAGUES
drug unjustly! caused dismissal, Protestant Episcopal I TIRE SHOP
born i in Philadelphia. Hied there, i I j I historian of the church. -Pauline Cushman fa The United States department! ---0-
Oct. 15. 1789. i I Carolina etc.. born at Union spy of the Civil War, of agriculture expects the low I CIGARS ,

,; N. a Died in New : born in New Orleans. Led point in the cycle of horse and I SOFT DRINKS' RAYMOND CURRY, Manager

1762-Josep'a Bartlett New]127 i 1866. miserable existence after war mule production in this countryto ETC. FLEMING AND GRINNELL STS. PHONE 65

England eccentric, adventurer, committed suicide, in San be reached about 1938 or

poet and wit, who painted his law'! 1832-Edwin Arnold, Dec 2, 1893 1939. '.................el..e.a.y..teaq..eeyylelsTfq, ..!,.eeeteaee......e.....

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.........................*..........I............' 555 SS S 55 S 55.5555..SSSSS SS rived yesterday from S.SSS..SSS.S..S.SSS..SS.i,MICHIGAN BEER Education, bom at )lcGrl' or.

PERSONAL: N.T .N..1 where he is a student GainelVilIe'l i lo.a18 years ajO.

SOCIETY : : 5 5........... SSSS5S55S5555SS55555SSS 1..1 Governor G"y B. Park of Missouri -
:-: : .
and l\h'Vkor\ ;: Moffat and 1 (B, A.ssejai,4 PreesS Mo. 63
I' born at PlAtte City
I B. E. Brantley Mrs. Claude Johnson, who was I
Ana- LANSING Mich.
Edith and June
Misses 10. In
,..S..s!...e S.....S...S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S.4.S S S ernoon train spending a whlie with relatives in daughters. )ears ago.Charles.
I i bel. who were in Marathon to attend needed supplies; just as disgusted the two years that beer has been
Miami returned yesterday.Paul ,
Mrs.\ '
Bethel Becomes the birthday anniversarycelebration colonists", were embarking for return
Leona legal in
Miss Michigan, consumptionhas : WiL-on Maine.
spend a few days of Mrs. Moffat's father to England. S. of
I Boysen, who tras in Washington leaped to 1.564,687,181 bottles 1iini.tel' to Yugo"iau, bon at
M. Moore returned yester-
Bride OF Joseph Sturrup relativeto S. ,
matters *
Paul Roselle ,,' D. c., on day. I i a year, or an average of 152 Bangor, 62 years ago.
bridges over the highway gaps, 1692-Bridget Bishop, first of the
a few days in Key returned yesterday. I Salem. Mcsswitchcraft victims, for every man, woman and child;

Miss\ Leona Yvonne Bethel, ed in peach organdie. They car tires and friends Mrs.: Camille !>Moomon who was: hung-a man had testified she in the state. |t Dr. FreJe ;:"k A. Coo* of North
day to his home Miami for several weeks with, Pole fame born :ji Xe York. 70yt ;
of gladioli.The in *
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Urban ried bouquets Eric Curry, son of Kingman I I made 'witchcraft 20 years earlier I And consumption- on the increase -,

Bethel became the bride yesterday .I groom's attendants were Curry, who was attending schoolni relatives, returned yesterday.Mrs. retracted on deatn'uedl84First I according to figures arc ao.
Malcolm\ Pinder, best man;..How- Mrs. I. N. ) returned yesterday I 1Pe
Jacksonville '
file in the
afternoon 4 o'clock of Joseph in office of the rtatc
ard Butter- groomsman, both spending' a week vacation Claude Albury who was ,
Neville Sturrup, eon of the late dressed in white linen suits. May- Mrs. Charles to spend the summer Miami to attend the funeral serv- issue of the Chicago- liquor control commission here j I

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sturrup. I nard Daniels was ring bearer and Caroline and with his father ices of Mrs. Harry Page, was a Tribune-400 copies. I A further peek into the records'

The solemnized inLay circlet to the left for returning on the morn- of the commission on the record
wedding was carried the marriage j I' Saturday Mrs. D. Aronovitz who was passenger
Memorial Church, which was I altar oif-a white satin pillow. I, panied by her son Epending; several weeks in Miami\ ing train yesterday.Mrs. I 1913-Minnesota rate case decision anniversary of the return of IE1:1I"

beautifully decorated with ferns Flower girls were Rosalind AlI I on the [ by U. S. Supreme: Court- j beer shows that the state has cvl-'
was a returning passenger
and lilies. Rev. George Summers,t I! bury and Sylvia Perez both wearing Mr. and Mrs. C. morning train yesterday. John Demeiitt was an arrival -: that states' have right': to fix intrastate \ lected 5829537.61 in beer taxes.

of First Methodist church, per-! dresses of pink organdie. Pages I Saturday over the yesterday for a vi.itvith ;: railroad f tes excepting as The federal government has received -'

formed. the ceremony. I iwere Harry Bethel and Warren Miami\ and after a George Allen Warren. son of her daughter Miss Izette Demer- they make them confiscatory. I about four times that 3 FACTS

Before the wedding Miss Alee! RusselL will proceed to I Dr. and Mrs. Wm. R. Warren, ar- itt and other relatives. I amount. i ABOUT YOUR EYES!

Curry, accompanied by Miss Cleo{ Mr. and Mrs. Sturrup are both I 1918-Conscientious objectors S: ........................1.1I
Kemp at the piano sang "Oh graduates of Key West Highi Miss Janice: Robison, the De- 1. Although the human eye
Mrs. George LEGALS tried by court mcrti.1 at San An-
Promise Me." As the bridal par-i school asd ha"e a wide circle of I licious" who sings at the Kiddy I! Today's Birthdays is a delicate instrument! it will
left Saturday tonio. Tex, rentenced to 2;) years
ty approached the altar, the wed- relatves: and friends who wish forT Kabaret broadcast in Miami wasa I : :I serve long and well when prop-
it with Mrs.\ i IN TUB: cIRCUIT rolBT OK TIIK:! I imps i iI isoument.S I,SS.SS.SS....... ....55* j
ding march from Lohengrin was them a long and prosperous life Fort Lauderdale. KTii-rrn jiniriti. ('III- visitor in Key West yesterday I erly cared for.

played by Miss Kathryn Knowles. of wedde" bliss. I ri IT OF" TIIK !'T.'TK OK KI.OK. and returned to Miami in the aft- C-1the-1;' Caroline Hazard of Peace Dale'l! 2. A person's eyeshouI
The bride vas Downed in satin j I After the wedding the newly- Charles II. ll>.\. 1%. A"IJon('HKR MOMtOKCOIT1. ,-. ernoon. I 1925-Leader in Sofia RI... ex-president of have periodic examinations to
back with train and I ,,-eds f-ccompanied by mem- I dral "bombing which killed 170 I College, born there, 79
crepe cap were Hilton left I Je.se I... Alley and Florence I > i years ago.I correct faulty vision before it
trailing veiL She carried an arm I tees of the families and a number ,, IL Alter his wife Misses Dorothy Johnson. Phyllis -i barged. S I i is too late.
for Miami where Plaintiff I
bouquet of Easter lilies sprinkledwith i of friends to tr-e Florida East summoned to I!, ,s. K.recl I....re mt !.1... .1 I Richardson and Juanita Gomez. I U. S. Senator Hary F. Byrd of,I 3. In cases of impaired
fern and stephanotis, encircled -' Coast Railway station where they Tax 'ale .'.r.III..I..1 who spent the week Rt the homeof : Subscribe to The Citizen. i Virginia: born at Martinsbarg;; W. the
al grand jury eye-glasses are only
with white satin ribbon. entrained for Miami and Arcadiato n..nnteV', Hutchinson raid UeorjreW. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson at I Va. 48 years ago. :
of the
week. the wife permanent remedy.
She was given in marriage by her I spend a honeymoon of two Ii, llutchinson whose name Perky returned Saturday in company .I Grinnell street left yesten'ay afternoon I ;

father. weeks. As the train moved,away Mr. and Mrs.\ J. is 'unknown liviPK., and.: Michael If dead Killarkv.if the. with the Johnson family ,i for St. Augustine, where : Locis R. Glavis. head of the 'ytvestigativc -: For a complete examination

She was attended by Mrs. L..H. from the station the ri eto5Sed Davis heirs, devisees grantees ..r who came for the week-end J he b. employed ty the Florida: I service of the D-Tart-; see-
I and W. D. ,
Muse, matron of honor, who.'wore hen bouquet, wtichas caught\ by lar Insurance 'I i;,other- Michael claimant Killacky.under rtercaked the- i East Coast raliway. I ment of the Interior. born :>t Eastern i DR. J. A. VALDES

a creation of green organdie; Miss I Miss Elizabeth Russell.Uron in West for : *aU and the wife of the Miss Edwina Jackson: and Miss I Shore, M:L, 52 years rgo.

Elizabeth Russell, maid of honor, 5- the return to Key West Key i raid Michael Killacky. whose Dorothy Benz. maid of honor and I I I II Orthocon Soft-Lite Licea***

wore blue organdie; Miss Annie they will be at-home to their manyjfrieWs.at I' week for left Miami.\ I'I'I' i name I. unknown. Defendant bridesmaid respectively, at ,the I J B. Finder keeper in the Pinder lighthouse John W. Studebaker of Des I 532 Decal Street
I I way service and .
Whit arsh.,bridesmaid, was gown- : \. 9l5rinnel1 street. I I ORDKR appearing OF by:PUBLICATIONIt the sworn, bill of' wedding! of Miss Annie Lois IIicH! S left yesterday afternoon for Islamorada I Moincl, U. S. Commw' ,ntr of I

_..- -- .J Mrs. Al"Moore\ I complaint of Jesse' L> Alley' and and Daniel Lcvis. Saturday, left to spend a y&cation with i j----- -- ----- ---- -
Florence IL Allev., his wife, the yesterday for their homes in Mi-f
I I ing a period of I plaintiffs in the above *t)led rause. I relatives.
Beirg i
Musical Program Now her parents, Mr. i which raid bill vf complaint has ami. _
I left i been' duly filed' in the aid cause I '
W. Demeritt
'that plaintiff believe that CeorpeW Miss Mary In raham left yes-
Arranged For Melody Hour noon for i liutchmson. one of the defendants William Nunn. salesman, who i I terday afternoon for Tallahassee
then go to in the above styled cause is a arrived in Key West Saturday fora Make old rooi
S, where she '-'ill attend the sessionI your
-- resident of a State; .r country: otherthan I
.1 Lieutenant Moore the State of Kloriila nanvel brief business visit left yesterday -;I of summer sell tot at Florida :State !
The sixth Key West Melody mental orchestra of as many musicians I a meeting of the I'' the State of Illinois,' and that the morning; over the highway. Mr. : College for Women. :

Hour will be presented on Thursday -I as possible to reproduceopera Association. I residence'. Hutchinson...r raid a*defendant particularly Oeorice a* Nunn was accompanied on the outgoing I' young

June 20, ac.ording to announcement : and symphonic music duringthe I 1\\ known, to plaintiff is 15229 trip by Miss Fannie Roberts I

made today. winter season. I! Mr. and Mrs.: : Avenue IUr\ey, Illinois, and Miss Lois Archer. !
J and that there is no person in the PALACEFranchot I again
The commodore states
and double quartetof I !
The qrartet have been State of Florida the service of a
the Melody Hour, the formation during his musical training in Italy:I visiting: relatives I riililxx-na upon whom WfMiM bind I Ensign George E. Schlegel. U, Tone-Una Merkel in

of which was announced on Ma9 I and Germany he was required to lina and motoring I II said: defendant further that Ueurtce.plaintiffs V.-. liutchinson believe- S. Naval Reserves, who was taking ONE NEW YORK NIGHT

G. will soon make their first public -I study instrumentation, organization -:I the Carolinas and :: that the said defendant OeortceV..I a course of training at the I
appearance. and direction of orchestralas ed over the ,; llutchinson. is over the age of naval station. left yesterday afternoon Two Comedies and Short Reel

Commodore von Mietk-Lijba,, well as choral groups, as. part I .wenty-one And it further:years.appearing br said for his he me in Miami : Matinee:. 10-15e; Night: 15-25c I

II. D. W.. also announced that the requisite for his Master of Music. Mrs. Ernest bill of complaint that plaintiffs believe I ,

Chamber Musicians may receive I degree. lie says that he has directed : the afternoon ;:S:i is that married said George and has%V.a wife Hutchinson and- Ben F. Gardner who was spend- I II

considerable reinforcement duringthe : as many as two hundred : visits in St. : that the raid wife, of raid Oeorice ing a vacation with his mother: and I
of singers with full orchestra in concert -: \\'. llutchinson.: one of the d..r..ndanls tie! home on
fall when a number other relatives at
family in Pigott,
I in the above styled cause NORTHin
cots and independent profeS-j work getting excellent criti- 1 I claim an Interest. in the propertyIn
German music : aid bill of complaint described.and .
West from severe LEGALS
will come to Key ques I Wm. R. Porter : of
that the name of the wife
oceanographic research work with critics. I First National i I the raid George<< W. Hntchinson is Comfort

Key Vest as their base of opera ,However, beyond the quartet i iI guest of Norberg ';! unknown to plaintiffs 1 ; further wife thatplaintiffs JH Till ('OI XTV JIlM.irH. flit HI the sun has burned the heart out
that the said
tions. I and double quartet of the Melody t *lM, KOU MOMIOK f l':>T1r.OIUI WHEN
I Marita returned of the raid George \V. llutchinsonis : lI'HOHITK.. roof-and the rains have
Several of t ese gentlemen and Hour the commodore states he j a resideat, of a State or countryother >\ nfWM. soaked its it
son Saturday In re Estate away vitality-give a
members of their families play i does not intend to go in for choral i cruise to points namely than, the the State State of Illinois of Florida, and S V. :1IILL.IXGTOV,-..... coat of Carey Asbestos Fibre Coating and
taken "'"
his time will be
cello harp and other in truments. work because :I' that the residence: of the said wifeof
watch it
week. So
ing for one NCTTICB TO rRKDITOKST grow young again. easy to apply
stated. The commodore with preparations for the the raid George W. llutchinson.as .. all and all havInir -
it is ) up : creditors ix-rsvns
I I partIcularly as is known to -simply use a brush. Come in and let us teU
plans to have then besides a real I Key West International Stamp i Is 1532:! Loomis Avenue claims or demands againstsaid
Mo plaintiffs
Joseph t'I.,i Relatenn. : how little it will cost
S you
instru- :Coin Exposition i in December. llar\e Illinois, and that there Is .
chamber musician group, an I Wester who has I \ and each nf you, are herrbjnotified
of Florida
the State;
I residence in \ I no the person service of a subpoena, upon claims and and demands required to which present you.any or SOUTH FLORIDA CON. & EN( CO.
whom would bind raid wife of the
years was among: said GeorgeV.. Hutchinson; further I either of you* may. base altalnst PHONE 598 Wt.ite'Eliaa Stt.
Research Council \I Junior Club To the estate of \Vm V. Millinvtondeceased .
vals here for a that plaintiffs believe' that the late' of :Monroe County. "Your
Home It Worthy Of The Betf
To Hold MeetingS : :Conduct- Meeting and friends. raid llutchinson, wife of Is the over said the George age W.of Florida. County to the Judge Honorable' of Monroe HuetlOunn. HAVANASPECIAL .

t"ntyoneearL County Florida. at his office lr
i And it further appearing by said '". ...
after- George Coyle. the County { .urtb..u. in Mvnrorounl <
Forum under Scheduled for tomorrow do .
The fourth Open bill of complaint that plaintiffs >, FloriiU within eiKht calendar -
the auspices of the, Director of noon 5 o'clock is i the hut business States squad who not know and. have not been ableto KIIlack.one months from the date of the -
rine hospital : ascertain whether Michael first nuhlication b.r..r.al" claim' Lv. Key West 5:40 pm .
Social, Educational and Cultural meeting during the summer received in an S of the defendants in the or demands shall be writing and i i'contain Lr. Marathon, 6:52 pm -
Activities of the Oceanographic! I : above styled cause, believed by the place of residence and l ASBESTOS
will months of the Junior Woman'sClub dent. left plaintiffs to be interested' In the post. office address' of the claimant Lv. ItUmorada .. 7:45 pm
Research Council of Key West West. I an out-patient of : property In said bill of complaint and shall be sworn to by the claimant Ar. Miami ........ 10:20 pm
be held Tuesday night at 8 o'clock of Key described or. If dead. to have been his agent or attorney FIBRE
i Mrs. William Arnold presidentof i expects to return !Interested therein U dead or alive.I All such claims and demands not Ar. Jacksonville! .. 7:50 am I COATING
Kt 70& Eaton street.
said ..
I eration. I And It further appearing by ril..dlIhln the time and in the I *$
During the past three weeks no the organization, expresses the;I i bill of c mpUint that plaintiffs believe manner prescribed herein shall be Through service to New

Open; Forum was held due to a' I: that said Michael Killacky. If void I York and the East, Direct L_______ _
hope that all members of the club J Mrs. II. B. I lit ing. Is married and has a wife ated the 3rd day of june A.
crowded calendar prior to graduation .!r daughter Mrs. : and that the said wife of said 1 U. U 33.: connection at Jacksonville C -- .- -- --5---
in. the schools: it is stated.:'will be present tomorrow afternoon !I Michael Killacky. one of the defendants C'RA J. :r.1I1.r'XUTnS.I with all morning trains to
S left :yesterday In the above styled cause, As Administratrix. of the Estate
in the of the
will rooms Mid-We. Choice of com
Captain Chester Thompson : I it of several days claims an Interest In the propertyin of Wm. V. Millineton. deceased. i
give a lecture on Coral and Coral; club on Division street. said bill of complaint described w. cunnr HARRIS I fortable coach or PullmanS
I and that the name nf the wife of Attorney for Adminh.tratrix.junlIOI1ZI.
Rock Formations", supplemented, Mrs. Will : the said Michael Killacky I* unknown : accommodations Air conditioned What The Telephone Business
to plaintiffs, further that loun and I
by samples of coral from his Everready Star Miss Margaret plaintiffs believe that the residenceof i dining

private collection. Captain Thompson ; Albury leit the said wife of the said MichaelKillacky Mack.M.Billle'1. adlnc 11..1..1THE i
Clab To MeetAnnouncement Means To Florida
recently addressed the-Forum,: t.., for Miami for a l ; : Is unknown and that SEMINOLE car.Low
there is in the State of
i no person
on the topic of sponges, and his days with relati f,I Florida the service of a subpoena Fares i
excellent handling of the theme is,! has been made boon whom would bind said wifeI %: The Southern Bell ConlpaHy pcnt almost $285ouOOO ,-

well remembered. !!, o< .a meeting of the Everready Mrs. Alice : i I of'the, that raid plaintiffs:Michael' Killacky believe that further -e::" '! IN ROOMY COACHES during the five years of the depression to

The president of the.Ocean.. -:' Star Club to be held tomorrow S son, Phillip Si ;" r the said wife of the saId :Michael "', m' ...,, CHEAPER THAN DRIVING .. operate, ,maintain and Improve Florida's telephone

ographic Research Council will afternoon beginning at 4.Bervaldion o'clock I day afternoon for 1 I on Killacky a. years.' Is over the age of twenty-: I t e ::(: :j i KEY-WEST TO- :,S:"/"scrvicel'; : This was an important Contribution to the

give the second lecture of his, at the home of MVs. Carl visit with rel It is therefore ORDERED that -'...iII '" S of the State a time when work
academic series of! talks on ocean:i on Francis street.A George W. Hntchinson and the wife t Miami _.___$'%.99 progress during was
I of the said George W. Hutchinson.whose ; Jacksonville 1.41 vitally needed and industrial activity was at a low
is made for large :
ography. This lesson ,will deal: request Mrs. Lade, wife name is unknown. Michael: level.
with "The World Oceans. Seas!i attendance of members of the or' mr.nager of the I Killacky: if living, and. if dead. all S Atlanta __: 13.58

and Bordering Seas. I! ganization. I Utilities comply:: I I,parties said :Michael claImIng Killacky.:Interests deceased under, or Birmingham __ 15.06 During 1934 which was far from a jood year
I left otherwise in the following described ; Chkago __-- 26.16
yesterday .
...,,-.,Ill, FUridafllS. the telephone company's operating expenses in florida -
property situate I)ing nail Ci..cinti 20.79I
Kappa Members Dance Tonight At \isit with her I being in the County of Monroe and it. (..111E't.: Maaacer I amounted to more than $3,9ooooo and more
I I' Louisville ___ 20.36
Lauderdale.Mrs. I i State of Florida to-wit: A human home-like Institution than for additions to .
$1,200,000: was plant.To
To Honored Cuban Club : Taver- spent
Be -- Lot Thirteen (U' of where you will find r mr Im4l\i4ml S Naah.i1le .4.._.__ 17.92
i flier Cove a subdivision according -' ... _....
I I cof.rt an4 ( a mat- New York 28.47 '
I Annie build and maintain this extensive
;;; ( to plat thereof recorded ter of great Importance. operate plant
Kappa Pi Club members at | "Phorty Phunny Phellows"dance ;S Mrs. Fieldon j: in Plat Book One (II> at -0-- I Richmond __ 11.58 requires the services of nearly l-3oo skilled workers.

their regular weekly meeting yes- at the Cuban Club tonight,; visiting the j I' pag ida. Public 1.%. Monroe Records County., Flor A steel fire- ..... h Miaic located Washington ____ 20.33 Their annual pal roll is nearly l,5ooooo, most of

terday. made plans for a dance is being sponsored by the boys'I I I al weeks left j j'I and I !. the heart .f tile city : Similar Fares Everywhere which is spent in the State for food clothing, housing,
I I of St. Mary's Church. Lot Fourteen (14) of TaY r'I -
party in honor of Henry Renedo I sodality | for Miami. from I II I
flier Cove. a subdivision according and other needs.
S and Delio Cobo, who arrived recently -I| The affair is expected to draw I daughter in \ 'I to plat thereof recorded !and Every Shower Room Bath with Combination Radio. Electric Tub J. H. COSTAR, AgentS

dental school ;| large attendance and will start her' home in I in Plat Itook One (II at PHONE 71 of these and
from to spend' I a 1 go to page 1.%. MonroeCounty., 'orI I Ceiling Fan Slat Door for Summer Many telephone men women are

the rujnmer vacation with their;'at I 9 o'clock. I I'f I ida. Public Records, .!I Mattresses Ventilation.of Comfortable Inner Spring Beds Construction with. home-owners. They and their families compose a

families. !i Tommy Thompson's orchestra Charles II. I r and the .wife whose of the name said is unknown)U..haelKilla..ky. ,.S'1 and Individual Read- FLORIDAEASTCOAS large group of more than 4.5.POfiL people, who are
The two men have been will furnish music for dancing. 'f yesterday : Inc Lamps.
: all of the defendant in the above i dependent upon the telephone Jtxlsifte!. lor. t their live-
: ,RATES ,
members of the club since it was 'I ville where he :, entitled cause be and they are:1 lihood. -.
organized in the spring of last Thursday evening at the Cuban months with his :hereby required to appear toth. < SlBKll'TS .
t bill of complaint in said cau.e or, R__ PrUate Bath a.uct'toe
year Mr. Renedo was at onetime Club with a local dance orchestraS ''t and sister, Mr. :'I Monday: the 1st day. of Jul,... A_ U' H WM.. Private Bath __u_ :2: .:;4RBts. (The steady and constant flow of maliGns of dollar:
president of the organiza furnishing: music. Invitations are Yates. Ills otherwise. the allocations of S 45 Private Bath 3H from the in the form of
telephone industry
S said bill will be taken as confessedby 24 ttee_.. Private Bath ___ J.i8 RAILWAYSTEAMSHIP wages,
tion.The I being. extended the local dancing I I raid defendants.It !. Saa .le ttee_., Private Bath ..... takes; purchases of raw materials: and other expenses,

affair will take place !I sej$ to help.celebrate.the event. Miss Phyllis I be is further pabli..hede ordered that a week this order for S SLIGHT IM'RKAHK: FOR IMIIBLZOCCCPASCT : is regarded a' an important factor in the industrial

--- the guest- for ; four consecutive weeks in The Kej progress and welfare of the State.
and Mrs. Fielden West Citizen a newspaper published -
rector of perations in the Key In Monroe C- unty. State of I
COLORED.JUNIOR I, West Administration is reading, yesterday Florida. But of even greater importance to the business and

I in Miami. Dated this SIth day of )tay A. D I social welfare of Florida is the telephone company's
an address prepared by Judge 1535.
PATROL MEET Jefferson B. Browne. (Circuit Court Seal, ![ o'I Co. icsponbiHlily for furnishing the adequate, dependable
) I Aileen Bethel RoSS f p &
The session this afternoon is ernoon for Clerk of the Circuit onrt.SAWYER.Twentieth UNITED STATES FAST i and high type of telephone service to which you are

the second of several which are! '; Judicial Circuit of Florida,. MAIL ROUTES FOR accustomed. Yet th price you pay for this all-

Members\ of the nl'gro.section'' to be held during which members j join more her J. Gardner ,S I W In rURRT and for hARRIS Monroe County. I I important service averages only a few cents a day tor

i the Key West Junior Patrol, of the junior patrol will learn of.: aunt. Mr. and ; Solicitor fir Plaintiffs. PORT TAMPA-HA fANA-WEST INDIES t all classes of local service. A price so low, in fact

this afternoon at their definite duties for the summer -;! i may:.; jun-l-17-2 q Effective M arch 18th 1935 as to earn about three :and seven-tenths per cent on
are gathering ner and go to S Leave Key West for Hai,tna Wednesdays and Saturdays, I
months. investment in the used to furnish
first' I the plant service.
the Navy Ball Field for their stay of several MONROE THEATER \ 12:20 P. M.Leave .
meeting when they will be told. Havana for Key West Thursdays and Mondays .
S just what their activities are to', Historians describe Capt. John Mrs. Maggie I Lionel Barrymore. Madge i Leave Key West for Pi.srI Tampa Thursdays and Moo- VERNON BAIRD, Florida Meiger

be as members of the patrol dur Smith. leader of the colonists who Robert Smith I Evans Maureen O'Snlhvan, : days,630PM. 'I

ing the summer. I settled at Jamestown. Va.. as a relatives in Lewis Stone in Ticket. Re*.rvaU.M and i.1Dk. 'rMtiB> at Ticket Offfe saPhon. ti Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.

Welters' Cornet Band is fur-I I man of many love affairs. terday : i DAVID COPPERFIELD i iI I '' 71 I ....r..'.... IS

nishing! music for this afternoon's i I i Adams. who will I Matiaect Bal_.,.;fOc; Orchestra :, J. H. COSTAR. ACM I

program, and J. Gerry Curtis, di- Subscribe to The Ci izen. .with relatives. ,t' 15-20; Nifht: 15-25c I 5' S